The ridiculously entertaining 'Murderville' is the perfect Netflix binge
In Netflix’s six-part comedy “Murderville,” improv meets murder-mystery dinner theater meets every rote cop show of the past 40 years.
Actress Laura Marano on ‘The Royal Treatment’ and embracing Netflix’s multiverse of rom-coms
Marano produced, stars and sings in Netflix’s “The Royal Treatment,” a film she says offers “much-needed joy and escapism.”
Mike Faist was a ‘blue-collar working theater actor.’ Now, he’s a standout in Spielberg’s first musical.
“Dear Evan Hansen” alumnus Mike Faist plays “West Side Story’s” tragic gang leader Riff in Steven Spielberg’s take on the classic musical.
How Lin-Manuel Miranda became a go-to songwriter for Disney
Lin-Manuel Miranda has drawn from cross-cultural influences to become one of Disney’s go-to songwriters.
For Will Smith, a break point leads to 'King Richard'
‘King Richard’ part of a new direction for Will Smith, who has titular role in film about Williams tennis family
Casting Black actors in period pieces isn't diversity - it's history
“The Harder They Fall” doesn’t recast the American West with Black cowboys. It sets the record straight, reimagining the genre without the white gaze.
Fear is fun (for some of us): Why we’re drawn to horror and scary movies
Watching horror allows you to rehearse or practice feeling anxious and afraid. And to practice not being paralyzed by these feelings.
Daniel Craig on bidding Bond goodbye in ‘No Time to Die’
“No Time to Die” is the last hurrah in Craig’s celebrated Bond era, a stewardship that saw Craig remake and emotionally deepen the once retrograde superspy — with more than $3 billion in box office along the way.
Tom Hardy, Andy Serkis unleash ‘Carnage’ on the world in ‘Venom’ sequel
In “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” Hardy gets a second change to cause destruction and mayhem.
In Japan's anime universe, 'Belle' seeks to rewrite script on female power
“Belle’s” message of female empowerment has gained attention for flipping the script on anime, Japan’s signature style of animated movies and graphic novels that often portrays girls and women as weak, vacuous and hyper-sexualized.
Jessica Chastain redeems a televangelist in 'Tammy Faye'
Jessica Chastain gets to the heart under the heavily made-up skin of ‘Tammy Faye’
Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali’s complicated bond explored in new ‘Blood Brothers’ doc
A new documentary aims to punch up viewers’ understanding of Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X’s complicated friendship.
In 'Shang-Chi,' Simu Liu finally gets the role he always wanted
Lui feels like he has been manifesting his role as Marvel's martial arts superhero Shang-Chi for years.
Why Rachel is the heart of 'The Kissing Booth 3'
Meganne Young has a few things in common with her character in ‘The Kissing Booth 3’ 
'CODA': A landmark crowd-pleaser for a year light on crowds
“CODA” features a cast of characters who are deaf and are played by deaf actors.
Review: ‘CODA’ reminds us that movie cliches sometimes work
‘CODA’ earned rave reviews at Sundance is now streaming on Apple TV +.